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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Moy 17, 107? THE LFTHBPIDOE HERAID 15 .s protest Ur of vn Tin; federal Opportmihies (red in in- around Hit- immed- from Ihc '.ipjicr-mifidlc'dass for Voulli program is under laic Calgary area. Hraium of .-.oci'-iv. the gun again, this timr Ironi i A Calgary Dew-lop- Similar juru.-uiioii.- h a v P southern Alhcrla Indian ment Society field worker in a been made in I.elhbridgo groups. Herald interview during an In- :in.-a ire protesting the re- 1Uan meeting here condemned Oi' the known Alberta jet-tion ol MX all-Indian proj- UK.' OKY program as middle- all Indian OKV applications, Cf-ts-. class oriented. only one projeci. in was Ihcsc projects unnld Quoting a federal evaluniion approved. This rtmiparc's with assisted in a very small way brief of the OKY program, a one to ratio of successful o aid in cutting down Iho lie said most youths I'uimd par- applicant mi ;i level, loublctme situalions involv- ticipating in their projects lett IIL, K si less youths on Indian IhemseiveK hn nr KKATIO.V LMJIU-. and in urban money out of their own The rily nf l.rihbridgc has ns i brief made public by a to carry out their plans. ihrec cour-i-. i-ighl parks, Cdlgm based consortium oi Ac-cording lo (ho spokesman, loni v.vimming Indian groups. the brief also added thai pools and ihrf- indnor skating All ol the projects v.ere con- successful applicants w e r e rinks. attend IDS quarterly meet in Lethbridge stake centre LDS quarterly spotlights mothers, children By GAKHY ALLISON Jlcrald Staff Writer The quarterly conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of' Latter-day Saints was conven- ed Sunday morning with Stake President Elmo E. Fletcher presiding. The In attendance lis- j tened to various members of j the congregation bear testi- mony (o (he church anrl pay homage to their parents during the special Day ser- vice. Mrs. Elmo Kletcher. the stake president's wife and; mother of five boys, spoke ol j the responsibilities and bles- sings of motherhood. She said that an important question to he asked will he "what each of, the home and in Ihc church. Ktt. Notion, told the missionaries you did with your President Fletcher counsell- stressed that she is the guar- present to remember and honor their mothers, not only dian of the covenants. ed the church members on the! The president oi the Alberta-. on Mother's Day, but through- importance of the mother in I Saskatchewan mission, Nyle.mit I he year. Me also quoted Seven new CMC Iraming-ow-job contracts! the Lethbridge area. The federal department of: govcrmneiv train a dairy herdsman. T J. Doyle. Fort Macleod receive lo train a; will receive S900 lo train a truck driver salesman for fcr- j farmhand, tilizcr and oils. George A. Sander, Enchant John B. Whilchcad, Leth-' Hormolh Consti'uction Ltd., will receive to train a ridge, under a contract of S9UO' Iron Springs, will train a car- farmhand manpower and immigration said the total amount of the contracts is more than See the "Features" Car TOYOTA MARK !l an often-repealed saying In I paying tribute to mothers "God can't he everywhere, so i he sent mothers." Concluding speaker was Bis- 1 hop Berg Peterson, first coun- sellor in the presiding Bisho- pric of the church, who makes his home in Arizona. Bishop Peterson spckc on Ihr members' responsibility in (ho church !o help and leach each other. He said that helping others is the thing that builds one's soul. he said. l'i.s the key to receiving answers 1 o our prayers and the blessings that accompany them. Obedi- ence first, and the blessings follow. During his 40 minute talk he stressed that "an obedient child comes of obedient par- j enls. He also slated that the pur- pose of this life is for the spirit to overcome the needs of the physical body, thus one becomes strengthened spirilual- h 'Regardless of your past." he slated, "remember that you have a spotless future." The Relief Society choir sang. 0 My Father, with vio- lin accompaniment by Edith Francis and featuring solois! Susan Mclntosh. can No extras needed! Luxury and styling almost m the prestige class. Big 110 h.p. 2 litre overhead cam for sxcellent performance. Power disk brakes, easy, precise steering, reclining bucket seats, handsome interior of padded vinyl plus deep pile carpeting. White walls, wheel discs. A full list of safety features. 2 DEMOS CVie Automatic One Four Speed Come out and sse what you can really save. COOTTS HIGHWAY n, i r j, j t- j tS5vii PHONE 327-3165 See The Great Line-Up For Trove! Moiorhome Chooso from four models, Tbc distinctively styl- ed and beautifully appointed 25 foot and 22 Foot motor economical to drive Mint- Home or attractive compact van conversion unit. Before you buy any other sure ju sec Hciico. You'll be alcicl you did! See Also Our Complete Line Of 1972 ON DISPLAY NOW! rent to .anyone By OR KG MCINTYRE Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON Foster, minister of advanced educa- tion, said he never issued the direction that Lethbridge Com- munity College space was not to br rented to groups outside the government. Foster said 'Monday in Ihc legislature thai be read in the Leihbridge Herald that the collcpe board received an order from hi m not I o rent .space in the Science Building at the college to anyone other than government personnel. Mr. Kosler raised Ihc issue (luring debate on spending es- timates for the department of advanced education to indicate (bat lines of communication sometimes break down be- tween his department and col- lege and university boards. lie straightened the mutter out during a nu'eling with LCC 1 President Dr. b. Sicwari I las! week, the minister said. Dick (Iruenwald (SC Leih- bridge e s 1 suggested the Albert a university and colleges commissions be abol- ished to imptove commmiica- tiotij, betui'en the minister and Ihe I'iliK'iilional inslidiU-s 1 h e govern. A I present college and uni- versity hoards often hypa.vs Ihc i commissions anyway, said Ihe Ml, A. Mr. Foster rejected Ihe sug- gestion. hut said in Ihe lulure there may he duser (ration of programs al Nie northern and southern insti- tutes of technology by Ihe dr- 1 parlmenl as a n on Jan. Ill, liiDI ,niil became a city on May llHlfi. i SPECIAL PURCHASE OF ASSORTED GROCERY ITEMS SELLING AT I OFF ES SALE STARTS 9 A.M. THURSDAY CANNED FRUITS VEGS. DETERGENTS PAPER PRODUCTS 0 CAKE MIXES CANNED MEATS PUDDINGS COFFEE fj PICKLES CEREALS TEA SOAP FLOUR SPICES JAM JELLO AND MANY OTHER ITEMS AND SEE NATIONAL FOR THESE VALUES TARPAULINS We ccirry all populnr foi cnr tops grain boxes nntl ground sheets, heavy trcnted 8 oi. canvas. LOWEST PRICE IN TOWN Wool half filling. Warm flannel lining. Approx. size Reg. 895 MEN'S NYLON 100% nylon. Water repellent. Rotj. Value to 4-00 a BARBECUING MADE EASIER FOLDING Reg. 2.29 ERN Complete with Rc.y-O-Vcic 6 veil baltey, searcliliglil Reg. to 10.95 Strong rubberized ccinvcis. Doubla closing inilntciblp nir cells Reg. 43.95 ]-Mcin Vinyl 13.50 2-Mcm Vinyl 26.95 JUR MATTRESSES SINGLE 5 tube with piilow. Size 30x77......... SATION WAGON 2-piece, fastened with snaps. 54x76 LADIES' TEENS' 100% Sleeve- loss. Sizes S, M, I. Reg. Vtiluo lo -1.E8 jf '-rg Oprn Monclay-Satuiciciy 9 lo 6. Tliuisclay-friclciy 9 to 9 ;